2021 Annual Report and Impact

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CONTENTS

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ABOUT JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT-ROCKY MOUNTAIN

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2020-2021 AT A GLANCE

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JA IMPACT AND OUTCOMES

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JA ALUMNI

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FINANCIALS

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SUPPORTERS

17-27

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ABOUT

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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ROCKY MOUNTAIN

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About Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain

ABOUT

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ROCKY MOUNTAIN Junior Achievement’s purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

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oo many young people do not have the opportunity to learn the practical knowledge and skills they need for future success: foundational lessons that help them become financially literate, career-ready, and entrepreneurial. Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain (JA) exists so that K-12th grade students, regardless of background, possess the tools they need to build a future for themselves in which they are optimistic, economically self-sufficient, and determined, with a belief in the power of free enterprise. JA partners with educators to provide relevant, high quality programs at no cost to schools or families. These lessons are delivered by corporate and community volunteers who share their stories and perspectives with students. This real-world connection helps students connect their learning to their future. JA currently offers in-person, virtual, and remote program options. JA also offers immersive learning experiences such as JA Finance Park, presented by Transamerica. During the 2020-2021 school year, all programs were delivered virtually to students due to the pandemic.

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2020-2021

AT A GLANCE

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2020-2021 At A Glance

2020-2021

AT A GLANCE August JA kicks off the new school year with hundreds of pre-recorded volunteer videos to accompany program curriculum, supporting teachers during the pandemic. A virtual simulation of JA Finance Park, presented by Transamerica, is made available to teachers, as well as a new advanced version of JA Finance Park designed specifically for high school students.

September Through JA, entrepreneurial-minded teens gain the opportunity to pitch their business ideas at the Denver Startup Week Youth Pitch Challenge. Teen Jack Bonneau progresses to the final 6 of Denver Startup Week’s Pitch Competition with his business, Teen Hustl. VIEW NEWS COVERAGE OF JACK ON CBS4

November JA holds an Entrepreneur Summit in partnership with the company Techstars, featuring founders of new innovative startups sharing their journey with teens. Presented by Husch Blackwell and sponsored by Nelnet Bank. WATCH THE JA ENTREPRENEUR SUMMIT

December JA and Janus Henderson Investors launch the new JA Titan, an online simulation that allows teens to start and run a virtual business.

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2020-2021 At A Glance

2020-2021

AT A GLANCE January » JA launches the new virtual JA Stock Market Challenge simulation, an online platform giving teens hands-on experience with responsible stock trading and building a portfolio for the long-term. » JA and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce premiere the one-hour documentary Colorado Business Hall of Fame: Stories of Grit, Grace and Grand Vision on Rocky Mountain PBS, hosted by Gregg Moss. WATCH THE COLORADO BUSINESS HALL OF FAME DOCUMENTARY

February JA, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, and Denver7 broadcast the Colorado Business Hall of Fame Summit, featuring Hall of Fame laureates and founders of new innovative startups sharing their journey with teens, sponsored by UMB Bank and moderated by Denver7 anchor Brian Sanders. WATCH THE COLORADO BUSINESS HALL OF FAME SUMMIT

March JA provides virtual content to student leaders across the state for DECA and FBLA conferences, thanks to support provided by presenting sponsor, Comcast Business Solutions.

April JA offers a financial literacy month lunch and learn series, presented by TIAA, featuring livestreamed guest speakers on topics relevant to teens. VIEW THE FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH LUNCH AND LEARN SESSIONS

May JA Rocky Mountain President & CEO Robin Wise reaches her 30th anniversary as the organization’s leader.

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JA

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IMPACT AND OUTCOMES

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JA Impact And Outcomes

HOW DO WE KNOW THAT JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT MAKES AN IMPACT ON YOUNG PEOPLE? A third-party study conducted between 2014-2019 on JA programs delivered in person found that… JA Opens New Pathways for Students » JA students show large learning gains in career readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship, as well as positive development gains in life skills, school attitudes, and optimism. » Economically disadvantaged students make larger learning gains than their more advantaged peers. JA Students Are Driven » JA students are more optimistic about achieving future success. » JA students feel less entitled and more self-motivated. JA Students Retain What They Learn » JA students take their knowledge with them for 3-5+ years. Research shows that knowledge retained for 5 years is sustained for life.

I have met some of the most incredible JA volunteers, they have brought life to my classroom. The lessons truly are engaging, and I’ve got to tell you, students are having a great time and don’t even know they’re learning. Without Junior Achievement, I really feel like there would be a gap in our school system. - Hilary Wimmer, 2020 Colorado Teacher of the Year MEET HILARY Because of Junior Achievement, I was able to launch my own business in high school, learn about the business world from different aspects, and also become a leader in my own regard. - Melanie Zhou, JA Student MEET MELANIE

The results presented in this report are based on both an external evaluation conducted by QREM, LLC. and internal analysis. Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain, Inc. has randomly selected students by classroom and assigned them into one of three groups as participants in a third-party evaluation. Testing effects were monitored, and other mitigating factors such as low-income status were controlled. Statistical testing included determining differences between pre- and posttests, examining correlational findings, and building structural equation models to determine impacts. Sample sizes in matched groups exceeded minimal standards for each level (elementary, middle, and high) and each group. The results and findings presented in this report are statistically significant with a confidence level of 95% or higher.

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JA Impact And Outcomes

JA BY THE NUMBERS 2020-2021 83 - JA Education Partner Net Promoter Score

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*Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a metric that measures the loyalty of customers to a company. It is based on one survey question: “How likely are you to recommend [business] to a friend or colleague?” NPS results are reported using the range -100 to +100. Scores above 70 are considered “world-class.”

55 - New School Partnerships Established 61,288 - Students Served Through Virtual JA Programs 33% Economically Disadvantaged Students

Classes Reached:

Student Demographics

2,592 Schools Reached:

363

Asian 3% Multiracial 5%

Native American, Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander 1% Unknown 9%

Black 4%

Households Reached Through Televised/Streamed Programs

42,100

Hispanic & Latino 31%

White 47%

Educators:

1,700 Contact Hours:

346,766

It was enjoyable and the kids were engaged and chatting in the chat function. They felt safe to talk and be honest, and cracked a lot of jokes, so I think it was a useful session and a fun time for them! - Vikan Middle School teacher

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JA

ALUMNI

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JA Alumni

Junior Achievement volunteers and supporters make a difference for students, now, and in the future. A survey of 1,002 Junior Achievement alumni conducted in 2020 by Ipsos, one of the world’s leading market research firms, finds that JA programs made a strong impact on JA participants’ professional and personal development into adulthood and the working world. The survey also finds JA alumni who are entrepreneurs are making an economic impact in their communities. Additionally…

JA alumni are job creators.

84%

4-in-5

of businesses owned by JA alumni have employees

compared to only 20% of U.S. small businesses

JA alumni report Junior Achievement played an important role in their decision to pursue further education

4-in-5

JA alumni report Junior Achievement played an important role in choosing their career path

In fact...

51%

of JA alumni report having a bachelor’s degree or higher

26%

compared to 1.7% of U.S. small businesses

of JA alumni businesses employ more than 100 people

compared to 33% of the U.S. population

JA alumni businesses are generating significant revenue too.

18%

of JA alumni businesses have revenues of $5 million or more

compared to 4.5% of U.S. small businesses

62%

of JA alumni are currently working in positions that are “manager status or above”

75%

of JA alumni have a positive view of the American economic system

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JA Alumni

JA alumni are more likely to say they are better off than their parents were. As adults, fewer JA alumni characterize their household income as lower income compared to their household as a child, and a greater number of JA alumni report they are currently in higher income households compared to their household as a child. How would you characterize your household income as a child?

- Elijah Janello, JA Alum

Don't Know 2% Lower Income 20%

Higher Income 18%

I wouldn’t have been able to end up working where I do now if it weren’t for JA. It was a lot of hard work but JA was the reason I even had a direction to go in. It’s life changing.

MEET ELIJAH

Middle Income 60%

How would you characterize your household income as an adult? Don't Know 2% Lower Income 14% Higher Income 28%

Middle Income 57%

READ THE FULL JA ALUMNI SURVEY RESULTS

Today I got to teach a fourth grade class about the importance of financial knowledge through JA. It was a little over 18 years ago that I was in their shoes, where another JA volunteer inspired me to want to join the Finance industry. Never in my life did I think I would actually fulfill that dream and become a Stockbroker, but I definitely never imagined I’d be back in this school doing the same for other students. My heart is happy today. - Fergie Alvarez, JA Alum & Volunteer

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2020-2021

FINANCIALS

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2020-2021 Financials

2020-2021 FINANCIALS 47% 11% 13% 4% 66% 16% 10% * -2% 52% 11% 14% 15%

Corporate Donations: $1,689,016 Individual Donations: $395,928 Foundation Donations: $464,208

2021 Operating Revenue, Gains, and Other Support

Total: $3,613,318

Special Event Revenue: $161,508

Corporate Donations: $2,198,542 Individual Donations: $520,427 Foundation Donations: $342,992

2020 Operating Revenue, Gains, and Other Support

Total: $3,330,685

Special Event Revenue: -$92,355

Corporate Donations: $2,458,453 Individual Donations: $542,995 Foundation Donations: $674,554 Special Event Revenue: $704,966

2019 Operating Revenue, Gains, and Other Support

Total: $4,754,440

7% 6% 12% 1% 7% 2% 1% 6% 1%

Increase in Net Assets of Endowment Fund: $239,385 Other Revenue: $219,573 In-Kind Contributions: $443,700

Increase in Net Assets of Endowment Fund: $43,047 Other Revenue: $240,040 In-Kind Contributions: $77,992

Increase in Net Assets of Endowment Fund: $48,049 Other Revenue: $273,359 In-Kind Contributions: $52,064

*The COVID-19 pandemic impacted operations in spring 2020 as events were canceled, reducing revenue from special events. JA-Rocky mountain normally receives more than 80% of its revenue from special events during the March through June period, which did not allow the organization to make up for expenses incurred prior to the onset of the pandemic.

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2020-2021 Financials

2020-2021 FINANCIALS 69% 18%* *

76% 12.5%

76% 12%

Program Expenses: $2,027,631

2021 Operating Expenses

Fundraising Expenses: $545,674

Total: $2,955,276

Program Expenses: $3,000,028

2020 Operating Expenses

Fundraising Expenses: $498,463

Total: $3,957,389

Program Expenses: $3,357,355

2019 Operating Expenses

Fundraising Expenses: $535,805

Total: $4,449,136

13%

*

Management, General, and Building Expenses: $381,971

11.5%

12%

Management, General, and Building Expenses: $458,898

Management, General, and Building Expenses: $555,976

*Due to the pandemic, JA programs were delivered virtually during the 2020-21 school year, resulting in a decrease in program related expenses such as classrooms kits and materials, volunteer training and management, as well as on-site program management. Conversely, JA’s administrative and fundraising costs are largely fixed so they appear to have increased as a percentage of the overall budget when in reality JA was able to decrease some of these expenses during the 2020 and 2021 fiscal years.

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2020-2021 Financials

2020-2021 FINANCIALS CAPITAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE JA FREE ENTERPRISE CENTER The JA Free Enterprise Center will house two state-of-the-art learning labs, the JA Dream Accelerator and JA Finance Park. Together, they will fuse the physical and digital worlds to deliver innovative, real world, and inspirational learning experiences in financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and career readiness, reaching an additional 90,000 students by 2025. LEARN MORE HERE

2021

2020

$250,350

$2,267,227

$53,345

$77,305

2021

2020

Net Assets (end of year)

$6,946,553

$6,091,506

+Increase

$855,047*

$1,563,218*

Contributions: Expenses:

NET ASSETS

*Increase in net assets in 2020 and 2021 result from the purchase of land and capital campaign contributions for a new educational facility, the JA Free Enterprise Center.

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JA

SUPPORTERS

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JA Supporters

THANK YOU

JA SUPPORTERS! $100K+ Anschutz Foundation

Shana Glassman Foundation

Daniels Fund

Tim and Lisa Walsh

Prologis

Wells Fargo Bank

$75K+ Janus Henderson Investors

Western Union

Transamerica

$50K+ Adolph Coors Foundation

Liniger Family Foundation

Arrow Electronics

FirstBank

Charles Schwab and Co., Inc.

OtterCares Foundation

Colorado Rockies

U.S. Bank

L.C. Fulenwider

$20K+ Accenture

Land Title Guarantee Company

American Furniture Warehouse

LibertyGives Foundation

Shawn and Jennifer Barker

Evan and Evi Makovsky

Deloitte

McKinsey and Company

El Pomar Foundation

Wendy and Ed Nekritz

Empower Retirement

Nelnet Bank

Bob and Sharla Hottman

Plante Moran

Husch Blackwell

Denver Toyota Dealers Association

Kevin and Patricia Kelley

Kevin and Michelle Sachs

Larry and Pat Kendall

Chris and Cathy Schmidt

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JA Supporters

SM Energy

Travelers Insurance Company

State Farm Insurance

UMB Bank

Taco Bell

Eric Wolf/Bow River Capital

TIAA

Xcel Energy

$10K+ Adams County Foundation, Inc.

Kaiser Permanente

Alpine Banks of Colorado

Littler Youth Fund

Gregory and Julie Anton

Landis and Sharon Martin

AT&T

Matt and Aileen McConnell

Bank of the West

Mark and Shannon McPherson

Bellco Credit Union

MDC/Richmond American Homes Foundation

Blue Foundation

Nutrien, Inc.

Boettcher Foundation

Oakwood Homes

Scott and Sarah Burg

Ovintiv

CNA Insurance

Partners Group

Colorado Federal Savings Bank

PDC Energy

Colorado Nonprofit Association

Pepsi Beverages Company

Comcast Technology Solutions

PNC Bank

Confluence Companies, LLC

PwC

Lori and Joe Davis

Sandy and Leslie Rothe

Elevations Credit Union

RSM US, LLP

Fidelity Investments

Safeway

Flood & Peterson Insurance

Strata Resources

Fransen Pittman

TCF Bank

Larry Hauserman

Paul and Jeanne Thompson

Ryan and Stephanie Helmer

Jim and Judy Vaughn

IMA Financial Group

Verizon Foundation

John and Kate Ives

Wagner Equipment

JE Dunn Construction

Jade Walle

Brandon Johnson and Dr. Paula Dionisio

Yampa Valley Community Foundation

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JA Supporters

$5K+ AMG Charitable Gift Foundation

KPMG

BDO USA, LLP

Cassen and Sara LaBounty

Bohemian Foundation

Sarah and Josh Levy

BOK Financial

Lockton Companies

Chresta and Paul Brinkman

Rafael Martinez-Chapman

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

Elizabeth McCain

Businessolver

MediaKind

Cynthia and Daniel Carpenter

Myron “Micky” and Louann Miller

Chenzyme Foundation

Gerald Mills

City of Steamboat Springs

Monfort Family Foundation

Crestone Capital

Moss Adams

Cushman & Wakefield of Colorado

NAI ShamesMakovsky

Douglas and Mimi Dell

Officescapes

Denver Business Journal

Oracle

Dorsey & Whitney, LLP

Peter and Marilyn Coors

Edward Madigan Foundation

Phelps-Tointon, Inc.

Ent Credit Union

Premier Members Credit Union

Anna and Chris Ewing

Justin Prochnow

Darrin Foster

Wade Pursell

Gallagher Family Foundation

Robert Half International

GE Johnson

Routt County

George M. and Pamela S. Humphrey Fund

Schlessman Family Foundation

Steve Goldman

Sewald, Hanfling Public Affairs

Grant Thornton

Craig Smith

Great Western Bank

Greg Stevinson

Lisa and Andy Hackard

Vectra Bank

Intermountain Rural Electric Association

Leslie Vollbracht

KeyBank

John and Jennifer Weems

Steve and Allison Kinsley

Williams Companies, Inc.

Bremmer Kneib

Woodward, Inc.

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JA Supporters

$1K+ ADP Foundation

Craig Hospital

Dave Alleman

Lisa Davis

Frank and Sheila Ambrose

Steve and Kim Davis

AMG National Trust Bank

Delbert I and Dorothe W Reddington Fund

ANB - American National Bank

Denver International Airport

Autrey Foundation

Denver Rotary Club Foundation

Raymond Baker

John Dyer

Bank of Colorado

Elite Surface Infrastructures

Dennis Barrett

ERIS International

BBVA Compass

Cynthia Evans

Beaton Family Foundation

Amanda Fabrizio

Beeble Company

Josh and Beth Finke

Bruce and Marcy Benson

Cathey and Richard Finlon

Steve and Kelly Bloom Family Foundation

First National Bank of Omaha

Sheryl Bollinger

Derek Garben

Brighton Legacy Foundation

Travis and Jennifer Gillmore

Broomfield Community Foundation

GM Financial

Brunetti Family Charitable Foundation

Goldstein Family Foundation

Howard and Sue Carver

Henry Gordon

Donald and Gloria Casey

Todd and Cynthia Grover

CGR Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Joshua Hallenbeck

Children’s Hospital Colorado

Raymond Han

Vivek Choudhury

Danelle Heidingsfelder

Cliff and Sarah Clausen

Justin Hill

Scott Coad

Barry Hirschfeld

Collegiate Peaks Bank

Honnen Equipment

Jack and Adrian Collins

Daniel Horton

Colorado Group Realty

Insperity

Colorado Trust

Daryl L Jesperson

Community Banks of Colorado

Clinton Johnson

Conduct All Electric

Ari Kaufman and Elizabeth Moskow

Ellen Connor

Elizabeth King

Terry Considine

Koelbel & Co.

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JA Supporters

Michael Liedtke

Soukup, Bush & Associates

Lockheed Martin Space Systems

Steve and Debbie Haas Charitable Fund

Longmont Community Foundation

Terence Stevinson

David Lund

Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc.

Rahul Magan

Sunflower Bank

A. Scott Moore

Target

Matt Most

The Influence Board

MTech Mechanical

Mike and Jodi Tilbury

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Ron and Susan Tilton

Nestle Purina

TTEC

Newmont Mining Company

UP Energy

Oogie’s Snacks, LLC

UniWyo Federal Credit Union

Ann Padilla

United Healthcare

Pauls Corporation

Andrew Urie

Perlmutter Family Foundation

USI Insurance Services

Philip Anschutz

Judith Wagner

Kevin Pitts

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Todd Porch

Bill and Kristin Waters

Quality Community Foundation

Wayne Berger Family Foundation

Mary Reisher

W.D. Farr Endowment Fund

Daniel Ritchie

David Wells

Robinson Management LLC

Western Metals Recycling

Sue Anschutz Rodgers

Whistling Hare Distillery

Sage Hospitality Resources LLC

Williams Foundation Fund

Bob and Joanna Sakata

Ron Williams

Heath Sampson

Windsor Community Foundation

Dick Saunders

Thomas and Mary Winn

Scoma Foundation

Steve and Robin Wise

Susan Settanni

Cleve and Danielle Wortham

Slalom, LLC

Christopher and Maribeth Younger

$500+ Academy Roofing, Inc.

Ball Corporation

Natalie Artibee

Craig Barragry

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JA Supporters

Stephanie Bendrick

William Munn

Rich Benenson

Perfect Clean Property Services LLC

Pamela Bonnie

William Plummer

Tracy Egler

PLUS Foundation

Brian and Jorie Florey

Dan Prager

Four Seasons Hotel Denver

Rocky Mountain Youth Corps

Thomas Friday

Rotary Club of Greeley - Centennial

Hainline Family Foundation

Rush Truck Center - Peterbilt

Suzanne Hoover

Kristi and Mark Shaffer

InMotion Hosting

Kathleen Simpson

KL&A, Inc.

Viatcheslav Skroznikov

Patrick and Sarah Lytle

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty

Maximum Painting

Syntrinsic Investment Counsel LLC

Brian McCord

Don Thomas

McNeil Designer Portraits

U.S. Engineering Construction

Merchant Demolition

Nancy Walters

Messinger Family Foundation

Windsor State Bank

Robin Meyer

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE JA FREE ENTERPRISE CENTER

Gifts and pledges made as of November 1, 2021

$1m+ Daniels Fund $500k+ Alpine Bank/Bob Young/Bill Vollbracht

Buz Koelbel

The Anschutz Foundation

Charlie McNeil

John Freyer, Sr.

Tim and Lisa Walsh, Confluence Builders, LLC

$250k+ Anonymous

GE Johnson Foundation

Fulenwider Family $100k+ Boettcher Foundation

FirstBank

Charles Schwab

Bob and Sharla Hottman

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JA Supporters

Evan Makovsky Family

Dick Saunders

Shana Glassman Foundation

Thomas and Beatrice Taplin Fund

$75k+ Denver Toyota Dealers Association

Kevin and Michelle Sachs

$50k+ Adams 12 School District

Wendy and Ed Nekritz

Shawn and Jennifer Barker

Steve and Robin Wise

Considine Family Foundation

Eric Wolf/Bow River Capital

Gates Family Foundation $20k+ Gregory and Julie Anton

Sharon Linhart

Sheryl Bollinger

Rafael Martinez Chapman

Lori and Joe Davis

Matt and Aileen McConnell

Denver Business Journal

Mark and Shannon McPherson

El Pomar Foundation

Nick and Penny Morris

Todd and Cynthia Grover

Sandy and Leslie Rothe

Ryan and Stephanie Helmer

Chris and Cathy Schmidt

John and Kate Ives

Paul and Jeanne Thompson

Jeffco Public Schools

Ron and Susan Tilton

Kevin and Patricia Kelley

Jim and Judy Vaughn

Steve and Allison Kinsley

Cleve and Danielle Wortham

$10k+ Cynthia and Daniel Carpenter

Ari Kaufman and Elizabeth Moskow

Jack and Adrian Collins Family

Cassen and Sara LaBounty

Douglas and Mimi Dell

Ned Minor

Cynthia Evans

Bill Mosher

Anna and Chris Ewing

Wade Pursell

Brian and Jorie Florey

Tarra Ryerson

Darrin Foster

Jade Walle

Henry Gordon

Jim Wilson

Lisa and Andy Hackard $5k+ Michael Gregg

Brandon Johnson and Dr. Paula Dionisio

Joshua Hallenbeck

Sarah and Josh Levy

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JA Supporters

Micky Miller

Peter Savoie

Fransen Pittman

Sewald Hanfling Public Affairs

Todd Porch

Bruce Wagner

Justin Prochnow

John and Jennifer Weems

$1k+ Ferd Belz

Eric Olson

Toti Cadavid

Ovintiv

Lisa Davis

Kevin Pitts

Daniel Horton

Richard Rogers

JE Dunn

Tim Schultz

KeyBank

Kristi Shaffer

Bremmer Kneib

Craig Smith

Rahul Magan

Michael Sousa

Shar and Matt Most

Mike and Jodi Tilbury

Bill and Gina Munn Family

Aaron Todd

Newmont Corporation

Travelers

$500+ Natalie Artibee

Nelnet Bank

Susan Cheedle

Daniel Nemmers

Vivek Choudhury

TAP Solutions

Kent Clark

Mark Reilly

Beth Finke

Johnny Tilson

Steve Hamline

Nancy Walters

JA FINANCE PARK Presenting Sponsor Transamerica Store Sponsors American Furniture Warehouse

U.S. Bank

Colorado Rockies

Verizon

Denver Toyota Dealers Association

Wells Fargo

Ovintiv

Xcel Energy

Travelers Insurance Company

Young Americans Bank

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JA Supporters

Kiosk Sponsors Colorado Federal Savings Bank

Oakwood Homes

Elevations Credit Union Signature Sponsors Bellco Credit Union

SM Energy Company

Nelnet, Inc.

Western Union

Student Sponsors ADP

Premier Members Credit Union

Collegiate Peaks Bank

Robert Half

Cushman & Wakefield

Southwest Airlines

Dorsey & Whitney Foundation

Target

Ent Credit Union

Ron and Susan Tilton

Pepsi Beverages Company

Vectra

JA STOCK MARKET CHALLENGE SIMULATION Presenting Sponsors Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

Wells Fargo

School Sponsors McKinsey & Company

SM Energy

Classroom Sponsors Deloitte

OtterProducts

Lockheed Martin

U.S. Bank

Oracle

COLORADO BUSINESS HALL OF FAME SPECIAL DOCUMENTARY & SUMMIT Education Sponsor UMB Bank Laureate Spotlight Sponsors Empower Retirement

Plante Moran

IMA Financial

Tim and Lisa Walsh

Land Title Guarantee Company

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JA Supporters

Host Committee Sue Anschutz-Rogers

Katie Kramer

​Ray Baker

Evan N. Makovsky

Bruce D. Benson

​J. Landis and Sharon Martin

Terry Considine

Micky Miller

Pete and Marilyn Coors

William B. Pauls

Cathey and Dick Finlon

Daniel L. Ritchie

John E. Freyer

Richard L. Robinson

Cal Fulenwider

Edward A. Robinson

Charles P. Gallagher

Bob and Joanna Sakata

A. Barry Hirschfeld

Richard C. Saunders

Bill Hybl

Greg Stevinson

Michael Imhoff

Robert Tointon

Jake Jabs

Bruce S. Wagner

Jim M. Johnson

Judith B. Wagner

Larry Kendall

​Ronald W. Williams

​Buz Koelbel Summit Sponsors Alpine Bank

FirstBank

AMG National Trust Bank

Flood & Peterson Insurance

BDO USA, LLP

Grant Thornton

Beeble Company

Husch Blackwell

Boettcher Foundation

Intermountain Rural Electric Association

Children’s Hospital Colorado

PNC Bank

Craig Hospital

U.S. Bank

Denver International Airport

Vectra Bank

Media Sponsors Denver7

Rocky Mountain PBS

Denver Business Journal Contributing Partners Biography Media

Techstars

History Colorado

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OCATION

Metro Denver Main Office Phone: 303-534-JAJA (5252) Fax: 303-534-2771 Address: 1445 Market Street Suite 200 Denver, CO 80202

Northern Colorado & Wyoming District Office Phone: 970-490-1035 Fax: 970-490-1062 Address: 295 E. 29th Street Suite 30 Loveland, CO 80538

Routt County District Office Phone: 303-260-6283 Mailing Address: PO Box 881454 Steamboat Springs, CO 80488